“My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature.” –Claude Monet
"It's like a masterclass in painting." Three painters with very different responses to nature feature in the first exhibition of 2018 at Thomas Deans Fine Art. Atlanta artist David Kidd creates subtle images inspired by the movement of shadows of leaves on walls or stones in pools. New York artist Stephen Pentak “constructs” evocative landscapes from stylized forms--traditional subjects in contemporary guise in subtly balanced palettes. And Massachusetts painter Donald Beal explores the forests near his Provincetown home in rich, saturated color and a spontaneous touch.